Sunday, 22 December 2013

Top 5 places in Bangladesh

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To name a few. Please read on for more information on places to visit in Bangladesh.


Places of Attractions in Bangladesh.

 1. Dhaka


The Lalbagh Fort, A 17th century incomplete fort. Started by Prince Mohammed Azam and handed to then governor of Dhaka Shaista Khan for completation, who didn’t finish it because of death of her daughter Pari Bibi whose tomb is inside the fort. There is a small museum inside displaying Mughal paintings and calligraphy, along with swords and firearms.



Ahsan Manzil - Built in 1872 and standing on the river Buriganga, this stately building offers the visitors a feeling of the life-style of the Nawabs of Dhaka. Sometimes known as the Pink Palace, this building now houses a splendid museum. Basically, it was the residence of the Nawabs. Nawab Abdul Gani renovated this building in the year 1872  and named it after his son Khaza Ahasanullah. On the bank of river Buriganga in Dhaka the Pink majestic, Ahsan Manjil has been renovated and turned into a museum recently.



Hatirjheel is a large area situated at the heart of the capital city of Bangladesh, Dhaka. This was mainly created for public transportation. It was inaugurated on 2013


Liberation War Museum, Bangladesh established in 1996, commemorates heroic struggle of Bengalee nation for democracy and national rights which following genocide unleashed by military rulers of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, turned into armed struggle with emergence of Bangladesh as Secular Democratic State in Dec.

 2. Chittagong


Bagakain Lake, also called Baga Lake or Boga Lake,The highest hill-enclaved lake of Bangladesh. This lake located in Ruma Upazila in the hill district Bandarban, Bangladesh. It is a natural sweet and deep water lake. Its height from sea level is nearly 2,000 feet.


Patenga is a beautiful sunset viewing sea beach near to Chittagong city. It is mostly popular for sunset and sunrise viewing. The beach converges both the nature and the port facilities at the same time. It is quite a sandy beach. It is located near the mouth of the Karnaphuli River. So, you can view both types of natural beauty. 


Dulahazra Safari Park. Located approximately a hundred kilometers outside of the tourist hotspot of Coxa Bazar, the Dulahazra Safari Park is perfectly located for visitors to enjoy day trips out to this wonderful conservation area. Dulahazra Safari Park was developed on an undulating landscape of around 2,224 acres of area at Chakaria Upazila in Cox's azar District, Bangladesh, some 107 km away from the port city, with an objective to create facilities for eco-tourism, research work and entertainment aside from conserving wild animals in a natural environment. Dulahazra Park is home to at east 4,000 animals of 165 species.

3. Sylhet


Shahjalal's Dorgah is situated in main Sylhet town.this place is called DorGah gate.You can buy fish food(small fishes with 20-25 taka)to feed The pond's Big Shahjalal's fishes.There r some other attraction there. 

M C College was established in 1892 by a local nobleman called Raja Girish Chandra Roy. The college was named after his maternal grandfather, Murari Chand.Since then it has been playing important role in the education, cultural, and political spheres of greater Sylhet


Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected forest and wildlife sanctuary in Bangladesh. This is a dry and evergreen forest and the second largest natural forest in Bangladesh after the Sundarbans.It is also the country's second largest wildlife sanctuary and the richest in terms of biodiversity. It is located in the Chunarughat of Habiganj district. Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1982 and later expanded in 1996.

4. Rajshahi

Puthia Temple Complex consists of a cluster of notable old Hindu temples in Puthia Upazila, Rajshahi Division, Bangladesh. Located 23 km to the east of Rajshahi city, it has the largest number of historic temples in Bangladesh.

Chhota Sona Masjid or Small Golden Mosque derives its name from the gilding that once graced the surface of the fifteen domes of this mosque. An inscription ascribes Wali Muhammad as the builder and it was erected during the reign of Sultan Husain Shah (1493-1519).


Founded in 1910 with the support of the maharaja of Dighapatia, the Varendra Research Museum is managed by Rajshahi University (RU), and is the oldest museum in the country. The predominantly British-style building has some interesting Hindu–Buddhist features, including a trefoil arch over the doorways and windows. A small rekha temple forms the roof.

5. Rangamati





with the support of the maharaja of Dighapatia, the Varendra Research Museum is managed by Rajshahi University (RU), and is the oldest museum in the country. The predominantly British-style building has some interesting Hindu–Buddhist features, including a trefoil arch over the doorways and windows. A small rekha temple forms the roof.



Kaptai Lake: This large man made lake of Bangladesh spanning over an area of approximately 11000km2, was created as a reservoir when the Kaptai dam was built during the 1960s. The lake was created by flooding valleys and plain lands between numerous hills. This created a picturesque view as forested hills and plateaus rise from beneath the water. The government run tourism corporation and private operators offer Kaptai Lake Cruise Tours, which is worth of it. Other scenic spots are also accessible through the waterways.


Hanging Bridge: Hanging Bridge (Jhulonto Bridge in Bengali) is the landmark icon of Rangamati. It’s a popular tourist spot and a must go destination. Gagra waterfall is one of the greates combination of nature. This 335feet long bridge across a portion of the Kaptai lake is an icon of Rangamati.


Peda Ting Ting: A small island on the Kaptai Lake, few kilometres away from Rangamati. It is mostly known for its serenity. Peda Ting Ting Island is a very small and secluded island in the Rangamati Lake. There are a few tourist accommodation facilities here and a tiny restaurant run by the locals. It offers foods ranging from traditional to indigenous delicacies. Amongst the islands that can be visited by boat from Rangamati, is the Peda Ting Ting Island